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Thomas Warwick

I'm a graduate Master of Chemistry who defected to the world of biosciences to complete a Ph.D. in Structural Biology at the University of Nottingham. My expertise lies in the structural analysis of chemicals, membrane proteins, and protein/DNA complexes via X-ray crystallography. Applications of these structures include therapeutic intervention of bacterial diseases, photovoltaic materials, and allosteric ion-receptors. When I'm not applying my faculties to all things protein expression, I am usually cycling, camping, or drinking tea.

Articles by Thomas Warwick:

Crystallize Your Protein–DNA Complex by Optimizing These Key Parameters

Looking to engineer a crystal? Here are some key parameters to optimize to give you the maximum chance of success at crystallizing protein DNA–complexes.

An image of salt crystals to depict the crystallization of protein–DNA complexes
27 Jul 2021 Analytical Chemistry and Chromatography Techniques

Improving the Expression of Insoluble and Inactive Proteins Using Osmotic Shock

Discover a better way to improve the expression of your insoluble and inactive proteins using osmotic shock.

An image of a man punching liquid to depict improving protein expression using osmotic shock
06 Jul 2021 Cloning and Expression

Working with Membrane Proteins: Tips for Expressing, Extracting, and Purifying Your Membrane Protein Sample

Working with membrane proteins can be tricky. Read on to get tried-and-tested tips and tricks for expressing, extracting, and purifying these water-phobic proteins.

Image of soap bubbles to represent working with membrane proteins
15 Jun 2021 Protein Expression and Analysis
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